Egypt Picture - Early Excavations

Early Excavations

Early Excavations




Early Excavations


In this picture taken at the end of the nineteenth century Giuseppe Botti, the founder of the Graeco-Roman Museum (1892), is inspecting the remains of an Ionic peristyle courtyard in a large tomb in the Karmuz quarter, not far from Pompey's Pillar.

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